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in michigan, union members angry about the state being a right to work state, but now, well, now, they are under attack themselves. scott from americans for prosperity filed a police report, demanding an investigation. greg mcneillly with the michigan freedom funds offering a thousand dollar reward with information leading to the arrest to the folks who turned to violation. greg, any takers yet? >> we've had a few calls, following up, neil, to figure out the authenticity of the information, and we're in the process of collecting affidavits. neil: the goal is what? >> justice. no excuse about the violence. it's disconcerning saying you took on the unions, what did you expect? we expected civil discourse. there is no -- no tolerance for this violence in the public scare. this harkens back, to the history of organized crime and murder of their opponents, but we should not tolerate this. this delegitimizes their organizations -- arguments and their voice. we're looking for justice. neil: i think it's more the exception than the rule with unions is that unions should be out front cond
the vote to in michigan. what is the media silent? the federal government does not think we have a spending problem because millions more will be spent on a new wind project. what is a difference between a $10 a bottle of wine and 10,000? we found a surprising answer. next. tracy: spending taxpayers money is only a federal problem. check this out. this atlanta mayor, approving the city council to receive -- wait for it -- 50% pay increase starting in 2014. do they not have tv in atlanta? you heard it right. 50%. the council council members voted to raise their own pay earlier this month. these employers employees are also demanding that pays well. they are wanting to raise the income for these city employees. really? fiscal cliff? deficit? that? anyone? what steps can you take to lower your tax burden mr.? we have dominant from diversified financiaa consultants. you talk with them leaders. what do they say? >> they are working diligently to get this compromise. if you look at the economic and tax issues facing us in 2013, it's going to go either bad or really bad. it is not going to be a co
. it is unfounded. lou: absolutely fascinating. the right to work state, the newest is the state of michigan. if any state was emblematic of organized labor in this country, it has to be the state of michigan, moving in the direction of north carolina and 23 other states as well. this is starting to look like a serious shift historically. perhaps the entire nation becoming brightwork. >> i agree with that. i agree with that because you see 91010 states. especially michigan. lou: insurance exchanges states are deciding whether to create insurance for themselves or -- i don't know whether to call them architects are what obamacare -- these insurance exchanges are not happening. eighteen states plus washington dc are the only ones who have declared that he they will set their own exchanges under obamacare. by my math, that leaves 25. we are going to leave it up to the government. that is remarkable. >> i was proud to be part of a 26 a coalition that led the fight against this health care lawsuit to this report. we were able to carve out the ability for states to opt out. i am proud of governor nikki ha
for being here. good times on a friday night. - big week forrganized labor a stunning defeat in michigan and the right to work a lot that part was look covered but was largely ignored was this. union members desperately a clinging to power violence violence, assault and destruction of private property. will anybody be charged? why are some looking the other way? lou dobbs joins us tonight. this infuriates you? >> at the same time we should get used to the fact that daschle liberal media will make choices that are inexplicable other than their own by as. what we watched it was conservative comedian being punched and he shows that he could take a pretty good punch but cbs, nbc left this part of the story out and so it did abc referred to the violence without specificity. they also left out democratic state representative got a little carried away and started to talk about the undue 100 years of labor progress quote-unquote there will be blood record jimmy hoffa said there will be a civil war. this is the language that would is used time and time again but completely ignored by cbs, abc, an
something bad they ever going to figure out a way the do it. >>reporter: michigan house just this week approved the concealed weapon law allowing trained people to carry guns in schools day cares stadiums and churches. an idea that he says could have brought down the connecticut shooter faster if the law was in place there. >> somebody were to have a gun there concealed weapon properly trained know how to use it that could have the situation could have not gotten as far as it dichlt i can not think that is a solution. i think bringing more firearms into an already confused situation is only going to create more bullets flying and more innocent bystanders being killed. >>reporter: the connecticut gunman used a glock and semi-automatic handgun both available here in california. if you pass a test background check and wait 10 days. the sacramento, abc 7 news. >> abc 2020 will be devoted to the connecticut school tragedy tonight at 10:00 o'clock over on abc 7 with special report. and we'll bring you early edition of good morning weekend tomorrow at 4 and again at 7:00 a.m. and special
in michigan passed a bill that will allow gun owners with permits to carry a concealed weapon with previously banned places, including schools. representative clark, thank you for being here. i -- i know this bill passage is coincidental, of course, but can you put it all into perspective for us? >> you know, this is very difficult for me. personally, when i was 9 years old. i grew up in the city of detroit, i saw a man murdered right in front of me, shot in the head and died in front of me. and for the next 26 years of my life, i never spoke about the incident. so while our country supports the families of the victims, i also want us to continue to provide love and support to those who physically survived that incident. >> representative clarke, i'm so sorry you had to experience that. it is clear that is something that has not left you. will never leave you. how often do you think about that? >> i think it's the fact that i chose not to remember it, for more than two decades of my life, that if i had -- if i could have just spoken to someone about it afterward. i think that's one reason why
know the facts. and i know that's true in ohio and michigan, states like that. we've got another person here, colin. thank you for joining us. this -- you were at virginia tech. you were a survivor down there. and i'm glad you were. here you are. but a lot of people in the gun ownership side, the second amendment people who are zealots, say if a bunch of people have guns they can shoot this guy down when he walked in the door. i can imagine what will be heard in the days ahead. if some of those school officials had been armed they could have stopped him before he got to the kids. you'll be hearing that argument. your thoughts on that. >> you'll be hearing it, but i don't quite understand it. we are the most armed country in the modern world. and we have the most problems with gun violence. if more guns solved our problems, then you know, we'd be the safest country already. that's not it. i mean, the conversation that we're having now, the conversation that the vast majority of americans are having is the reasonable middle ground. is the background checks on all gun sales. that's somethi
, michigan, where a treasurer of the school board took a bomb and blew up the whole school. >> gregg: right. >> that's the only one which children were pointed at and were killed in this cruel way. most of these other murders are older people. not that -- it's its own problem, like college students in particular, but to take out your vengeance on six-year-olds. >> gregg: innocent six and seven-year-olds. >> i think the key to that may be in the relationship he had with his mother. >> gregg: all right. we may find more, doctor, thank you so much. >> thank you. >> gregg: heather? >> heather: okay. rye now we have some break news on this. a robbie parker apparently, the father of one of the victims in the shooting speaking out. let's listen in. >> that i've been seeing is i have two really good friends at home who have set up a facebook page to help raise money. i have seen the number of people who have commented and expressed condolences. >> can you describe what your daughter looked like for us? do you have a photograph? >> there is lots of pictures on emilyparker fund page on facebook. she
into tuesday. the sierra forecast in a few. >> thank you. two boys in michigan caught a mastadon while fishing. the two found this bone while hunting for fish in a stream in july. they thought it was a rock but wondered about the role hole in the middle. it was confirm the as a vertebrae of a 13,000 year old mastadon. eric said he may donate it to a museum or sell it on e-bay. >> the community of connecticut continues to cope with the events of yesterday. coming up the new information police have just released this morning and the local vigil set to get started. >> and part of a south bay mall vacant evacuated. . >>> its been 24 hours since the shooting at the connecticut school. the new details we have learned in the past hour. >> we are live in connecticut with how the community is coping after the tragedy. >> mourning the loss in connecticut. the vigil in san francisco right now to remember are the victims. >> complete bay area news coverage continues. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. welcome to morning on 2. it's saturday december 15th. >> i'm david stevenson. let's st
from michigan. the conversation has me concerned. i do not know what part of the country you come from. >> i was born in boston, grew up in new york. >> can you imagine what the response would be from the people in boston or new york or washington, dc, if they try to make a phone call and someone in a foreign language or in english notified them that -- the paris cell hone company has confiscated your call and if you want to make this call, you need to call this number and get an account with them. that is the kind of response people along our international borders get can you imagine what my constituents or rather says to me when i am a part of the united states. why is it for a corporation confiscating my calls? i'm very concerned when this issue was brought up, it did not seem to be on your radar. i am also concerned when you say that we have a history of the great cooperation with our neighbors to the north and south. i want to make sure today that you are all aware, this is an issue that you need to address. the people along the front, north and south, are just as much a part of t
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